Methodological regulations on the classification of management information systems

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Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine

In this article the interpretation of the terms “automatic informational system” and “managerial informational system” are specified, developed and implemented the methodical elaborations for principles of managerial informational system classification, the corespondence of the category of management information systems to the levels of management in the general model of enterprise management is highlighted, the classification of existing managerial informational system of domestic enterprises was formed.

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